Former Lt. Gov. Treadwell announces new plan for marketing North Slope gas

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A former lieutenant governor and former BP executive believe they have a quicker and cheaper way to ship North Slope natural gas by delivering it from the Arctic to Asian markets on ice breakers.

If so, this could end the decades-long efforts to rely on a pipeline as the conduit for getting natural gas off the North Slope.

It could also overtake the state-backed $44 billion AKLNG project that calls for an 800-mile pipeline to Nikiski before it would be sold overseas.

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